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One Direction Parody Song - "Who do you share your details with?"

Our e-cadets have won first prize in a Walsall Internet Safety competition.  Thanks to their hard work and creativity we have next year's subscription to 'e-Cadets' for free! Please take a moment to watch their winning film and listen to their important message.

AJS Internet Safety Don't Face It On Your Own

Written and performed by our very own E-Cadets. Don't Face it on your own!

Parent Workshop - Scratch Internet Safety Games

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The Internet is an amazing place which can help us in our real lives, provide us with entertainment, allow us to communicate and help us learn new things.

 

Alumwell Junior School children stay SMART online, we follow five simple rules for staying safe online:

 

 

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Underpinning all these rules is the importance of being kind and positive online.  Words can hurt and the internet is not always the place to share thoughts, opinions and ideas that might offend or upset other people.

 

"Before you say what's on your mind, ask yourself, is it kind?"

 

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Safer Internet Day 2016 - Molly and Harvey discuss rules for being kind online

 

Looking for more information? Try these sites...

 

Kidsmart

 

Think U Know

 

CBBC Stay Safe online

 

Caught in the web - a Newsround Special 

 

 

 

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